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I-790 was about the state's retirement system for law enforcement officers and fire fighters.  By the terms of I-790, management of their retirement system, plan 2, was placed in a board of trustees consisting of six plan participants, three employer representatives, and two legislators.<ref>[http://www.secstate.wa.gov/elections/voterguides/2002/guide/docs/790.pdf Full text of the initiative]</ref>
 
I-790 was about the state's retirement system for law enforcement officers and fire fighters.  By the terms of I-790, management of their retirement system, plan 2, was placed in a board of trustees consisting of six plan participants, three employer representatives, and two legislators.<ref>[http://www.secstate.wa.gov/elections/voterguides/2002/guide/docs/790.pdf Full text of the initiative]</ref>
  
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Revision as of 10:56, 12 July 2011

Initiative 790 was on the November 5, 2002 ballot in the State of Washington as an Initiative to the People where it was approved.

I-790 was about the state's retirement system for law enforcement officers and fire fighters. By the terms of I-790, management of their retirement system, plan 2, was placed in a board of trustees consisting of six plan participants, three employer representatives, and two legislators.[1]

Election results

Initiative 790
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 903,113 53.02%
No800,10546.98%

The language for I-790 was filed on March 5, 2002 by Kelly L. Fox and Harold W. Hanson of Olympia. 345,543 signatures were submitted and found sufficient.

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